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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Worth to us - Was es uns wert ist

Strange: Those who we entrust our kids get less payed than those who we entrust our money.
Seltsam: Die, denen wir unsere Kinder anvertrauen, sind schlechter bezahlt als die, denen wir unser Geld anvertrauen.

#Photography: Photographic Standard: How to Critique Your Own Photos

It has been that said the most difficult thing for man to do is to judge his or her creative work, objectively. Be honest, can you tell when your work seems to be missing something? More importantl…

#Photography: Photographic Standard: How to Critique Your Own Photos

#Musicproduction: Mercuriall Audio Software releases 64-bit AAX version of Tube Amp Ultra 530 for Mac & Win (incl. #free version)

Mercuriall Audio Software has released 64-bit AAX versions of the Tube Amp Ultra 530 for Mac OS X and Windows.
The AAX version is free for current owners of the plugin.
Free version limitations:
  • Modeled Triodes - one Tung-Sol.
  • Allowed Sample rates - only 44.1 kHz.
  • Allowed Oversamplings - Fixed in the X2 state.
  • Computing engines - Fixed in the Fast state.
  • Allowed Cabinets - 4x12 Modern V30 cabinet.
  • Restrictions of tweaking - The change of many parameters was restricted.
Price: $59.99

#Musicproduction: Mercuriall Audio Software releases 64-bit AAX version of Tube Amp Ultra 530 for Mac & Win (incl. #free version)


Song of the day: Money cannot buy me...

Song of the day: Money cannot buy me, Not a smallest piece http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_i_want_your_love.htm

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#Photography: 4 Tips for Pre-Visualizing - Look Before You Shoot

Pre-visualizing is an art form, that I believe, is not taught enough these days. It is the foundation for an artist or photographer to establish lighting, background, foreground elements, composition, and harmony. You need to establish all this before lifting a camera to your eye. Let’s look at some techniques and tips for pre-visualizing.

#Photography: 4 Tips for Pre-Visualizing - Look Before You Shoot